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Hopes raised for end of Libya conflict as smaller unity government announced

Libya’s presidency council announced a new smaller unity government on Monday that the international community hopes will bring the war-torn country one step closer to ending an 18-month conflict.

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The Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord Decree No. (4) of 2016 on the establishment of the Government of National Accord    The Presidential Council  Upon review of: The interim Constitutional Declaration issued on 3 August 2011, and its amendments; The Libyan Political Agreement signed on 17 December 2015; …

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Thini government sacks UN ambassador Dabbashi

The Beida-based government of Abdullah Thinni has dismissed the Libyan ambassador to the United Nations, Ibrhaim Dabbashi. Its spokesman, Hatim Al-Araibi, is quoted by the Beida offices of Libyan news agency LANA saying that the sacking followed a compliant from Naji Al-Maghrebi, the head of the parallel National Oil Corporation …

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IS strengthens its grip in war-torn Libya

With the world’s attention is focused on the Islamic State group’s strongholds in Syria and Iraq, the organisation has strengthened its grip in Libya.

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Fight ensues for position of Libyan ambassador to Cairo

The Egyptian Foreign Ministry is facing a strange diplomatic problem, as Mohamed Salah al-Dirsi, the acting Libyan ambassador in Cairo who was dismissed by the Libyan government, is fighting to maintain the position after the Libyan government appointed it to Tarek ibn Shoaib.

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Libyan foreign minister speaks out

Libyan Foreign Minister Mohammed al-Dairi accused the outgoing congress of intentional procrastination in the dialogue meetings taking place in Skhirat, Morocco. He sees this foot-dragging as an attempt to extend those talks, aimed at reaching an agreement concerning the national reconciliation government, past Oct. 20, when the mandate of the current parliament expires.

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